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BG494817392 12/09/2020
Overall this is a Incredible beginner kit, but I had a number of quality control issues with it. Lets go in parts: The carrying case is really good, but the layout of the foam could be better. The charger only has 4 ports. 2 for 1s and 2 for 2s, It has a switch for choosing between 4.2v and 4.35v but surprisingly it only works for the 2s ports. The 1s port ALWAYS charges to 4.35v which is super annoying, I had to get another 1s charger. The 2 batteries that come with it aren't nearly enough, you'll want to buy at least 5 more so you can have decent amounts of flight time. The goggles are very small, almost kid sized. It comes with a little power supply box with a 18650 inside. It was missing a rubber relief on the wire so I had to hot glue the wire to avoid breaking it. The built in led flashs green when charging and red when its done, which is the opposite of the controller. The controller is a little too big and is front heavy due to the placement of the 18650 inside, which makes it annoying to hold. The power indicator is useless as it is behind a grey piece of plastic which makes it invisible. I have forgotten the damn thing on way too many times. I also had major issues with the throttle stick randomly jittering that made the drone nearly unflyable, I had to open it up and carefully bend the thumbstick open so I could clean the inside with a brush. That fixed it. For now. The charging LED indicator flashes red when charging and green when it's done which is the opposite of the goggles. The drone: The antenna fell off. Yup. After 3 flights as well. I had to go to a computer repair shop and ask them to solder a new one in. What happened is that the plastic cover was trimmed a little too deep, the only thing holding it in place was the hair thin wire in the core of the wire. The screws that hold the camera in place suck, they unscrew themselves every few flights, I had to loctite them in place which renders the angle adjustment useless. Character limit..
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D: Are there 2 UARTs in this quad?

Domandata da raffnixss il 2021-01-26 09:30:49

BangingMore There are 2 UARTS, 1 of which is free

2021-11-15 12:19:27 Utile (1)
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BG494817392 Update: I decided to replace both the goggles and the controller with the EV800DM and BetaFPV LiteRadio 2 respectively. So far both of these have been much MUCH better than the ones Emax provides. The quad itself has been holding out great, the shell is still pretty much intact despite having some hard crashes. The little led strips that wrap around the shell eventually fell out but I honestly prefer it without them.I did break some props, but those are really cheap. I recommend buying a couple extra sets w/ your initial purchase. Protip: When putting the props in don't press on them TOO hard otherwise the core will break resulting in them lasting a lot less. Also: take care of the motors, it's really easy to get hairs tangled inside them. I use a needle pull out hair strands from inside the motor bells.

BG494817392 12/09/2020
Overall this is a Incredible beginner kit, but I had a number of quality control issues with it. Lets go in parts: The carrying case is really good, but the layout of the foam could be better. The charger only has 4 ports. 2 for 1s and 2 for 2s, It has a switch for choosing between 4.2v and 4.35v but surprisingly it only works for the 2s ports. The 1s port ALWAYS charges to 4.35v which is super annoying, I had to get another 1s charger. The 2 batteries that come with it aren't nearly enough, you'll want to buy at least 5 more so you can have decent amounts of flight time. The goggles are very small, almost kid sized. It comes with a little power supply box with a 18650 inside. It was missing a rubber relief on the wire so I had to hot glue the wire to avoid breaking it. The built in led flashs green when charging and red when its done, which is the opposite of the controller. The controller is a little too big and is front heavy due to the placement of the 18650 inside, which makes it annoying to hold. The power indicator is useless as it is behind a grey piece of plastic which makes it invisible. I have forgotten the damn thing on way too many times. I also had major issues with the throttle stick randomly jittering that made the drone nearly unflyable, I had to open it up and carefully bend the thumbstick open so I could clean the inside with a brush. That fixed it. For now. The charging LED indicator flashes red when charging and green when it's done which is the opposite of the goggles. The drone: The antenna fell off. Yup. After 3 flights as well. I had to go to a computer repair shop and ask them to solder a new one in. What happened is that the plastic cover was trimmed a little too deep, the only thing holding it in place was the hair thin wire in the core of the wire. The screws that hold the camera in place suck, they unscrew themselves every few flights, I had to loctite them in place which renders the angle adjustment useless. Character limit..
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